Pembrokeshire Birding (part two)

After a disturbed night I woke to the sound of a Whitethroat singing. Looking out of the tent there were dozens of Swallows feeding at ankle height over the campsite. After a quick light breakfast eaten while watching a couple of Gannets fishing I headed back to Wooltack for some more birding. There were dozens of Wheatear around and also a group of fifteen Chough. Out to sea it was the same as last evening with the addition of plenty of Gannets. Walking around the coast I added more Wheatear and Chough to the total and also some Raven. It was then back to the campsite to pack the tent away and then back to Marloes Mere. Walking to the hide at Marloes I had great views of a Cuckoo along with Whitethroat and Reed Bunting. From the hide were many Swallows and Martins and after about twenty minutes a godd but brief sighting of a Glossy Ibis flying at the far side of the reserve. Another stop at the Gann, this time the tide was right in so no waders to be seen anywhere. Next was into Dale for a cooked breakfast and as I had decided to just stay out one night I headed off to my next stop which was the RSPB reserve at Dinas.


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